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From a squeaker versus Ball State to a blowout of Loyola Marymount, with an epic ending against Duke.

Six shining moments: The Rebels’ path to immortality, game by glorious game

March 12th, 2015

From a squeaker versus Ball State to a blowout of Loyola Marymount, with an epic ending against Duke.

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    It's been 25 years since the Runnin' Rebels claimed the 1990 national championship.

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    "A lot of people don’t realize: All you have to do is go on a six-game winning streak."

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    He still has lots of room to grow, and if he does so quickly, he might not be around for long.

  • As We See It

    The last time the Rebel football program made a move this bold was the 1998 hiring of John Robinson.

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    After the team's seriously successful season, perhaps Rebel fans should move the tailgate party back to campus next fall.

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    The Rebels’ team changes each season, but this voice is the one constant.

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    The Rebels welcome in eight new players, six of whom are eligible this season.

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    For the first time ever, the Runnin' Rebels will run on Las Vegas Boulevard.

  • As We See It

    “It’s basically some really dedicated young ladies with a lot of drive who really want to represent our university in the highest light.”

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    He already broke a UNLV single-season record with 14 receiving touchdowns. Now maybe he can lead the Rebels to consecutive bowl games for the first ...

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    The Rebels last won the crown in 2008—here are three keys to doing it again this season.

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    After a successful season, Rebel fans will be looking to Hauck for an encore next fall.

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    The son of Armenian immigrants, Jerry Tarkanian was urged by his stepfather to become a barber. His true calling, of course, was basketball.

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    Enjoy these dunks by Anthony Bennett; you might not get to see them anymore.

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    Offseason changes, storylines and questions come for every college basketball team. The Rebels just hoped theirs hadn’t come so soon. So what’s the team going ...

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    The first eight notes are all you really need to hear. The tune is so unmistakable and tied to such a specific time of year ...

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    The sequel suffers from indifferent plotting and apathetic jokes that often don’t appear to have punchlines.

  • Music

    Having Christine McVie back after a 16-year hiatus seems to have reinvigorated the group.

  • Dining

    Chef Rick Moonen kicks off his new gig as Weekly columnist with a trip back in time, Italian-style.

  • Booze Blog

    Great tastes from Ballast Point, the Bruery and an up-and-coming local operation.

  • Reviews

    Elizabeth Blau and company move closer to fine dining while showing once again they know their audience better than anyone.

  • As We See It

    When Peeps are fresh, they’re like sweet clouds that just rolled naked on a sugar beach.

  • Nightlife

    With their training regimens, discipline, drive and competition circuits, flair bartenders aren't just entertaining with alcohol acrobatics, they're competing in a strategic sport.

  • Music

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    Priscilla is ready to unveil the only authorized Graceland exhibit to open outside of the Memphis estate.

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    Scan the spines, choose an album. Slide it from its sleeve, place it on the platter. Tonearm up, needle down. Side one.

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    I caught some Grade A sets, but the festival lacked its former spark, that intangible feeling of yes.

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    Fans of Purity Ring will find a lot to like on the duo's debut EP.

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    The 15,200-square-foot restaurant will include a massive poolside space.

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    Where to score wax in the Valley.

  • Southern

    This drink survived Prohibition, WWI, WWII and the following 70 years.

  • Weekly Q&A

    The dressage champion talks Olympic memories, his love for Vegas crowds and the power of David Bowie.

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    Also, the 51s play their first home games this year with a little Tark thrown in.

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